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  1. Ah that's good, can I watch it on robins tv with my VPN as I can pick a country with no coronavirus
  2. think the cancellation of sporting events and non work / school gatherings are the correct thing to do, it will only be in the next 1-2 weeks that schools will also be shut, which means they have only a short period to cover with remote teaching before easter holidays, when people would already had to arrange child care.
  3. Thought it looked much better in real life than the pre launch pictures, would have been tempted
  4. Yes totally illogical to bring in an international tall midfielder who captained his club in the prem and a tall ball playing defender transferred to a prem club for 12 million, can't possible see what they thought they might be bringing in. Of course a gamble due to game time but most at the time were creaming themselves over the transfer window.
  5. As long as the powers to be have it rigged to look after the ex prem league clubs with parachute payments it makes it very difficult for others to compete, but not impossible. With selling players we are gradually increasing the quality of the squad overall and then may get to the stage we don't have to. Like to go up when we look ready with a dominant championship team that would not get emabasressent in the PL, no fun watching you team get thumped every weak and seeing if you will break Derbys low points record
  6. Thought COD had a very good game and contributes much more to the overall team performance than NE and was the correct decision to play COD rather than NE today, with the pitch, conditions and who we were playing
  7. not sure I see your point, had you said Taylor Moore should have still been here I might also have agreed
  8. Robins tv just stopped for me, anyone else
  9. Not sure we will know that until the end of the season when players are fit and up to speed and know their teammates, not surprised 2 of them were dropped after uddersfield
  10. I posted this in the LJ post match thread the other day In some ways I can understand LJ's frustration, you have players who are internationals, with prem experienced or atleast a lot of championship experience and paid 20-30K per week and they can't even do some of the simple things, like pass the ball with pace to a teammate, run into a space to receive the ball, close down or track the opposition or even make the required effort, some of those so called professionals performance last night was a disgrace. Whilst you can rightly question selection (many on here were very happy prior to the game) or tactics / style of play, these top level professional athletes should be able to do the basics well without instruction and a large amount of blame and questions should be put on their shoulders. Whilst I agree with some of the LJ comments about team selection, tactics and the lack of quality football, I do find it amusing the level of abuse that some on here give LJ and that it is his fault fullstop, and the players are without blame, the same posters then go on another thread and give players a score of 1, 2 or 3. This is not schoolboys or under 7's we are talking about but footballers who are at the top of their profession and should be doing some things much better than there are, when they start performing and do the basics well and cutting out schoolboy errors then you can lay the full blame on the coach
  11. I have no problem with Bristol Rugby being at our stadium and think its clever how use of light manages to change the look of the stadium without offending the majority of the fan base. The reality is stadiums can not make any money by just being used once every 2 weeks for half the year, so the extra money generated covers more of the cost allowing more money to stay within BCFC, particularly with FFP. As for the coffee shop and pizzeria, can't see why they would offend anyone, the sports bar is very impressive, and with regards to the fans village and live music, its a massive improvement on the old AG. Perhaps your are just trying to be different with your little look at me tantrum or on a fishing trip
  12. In some ways I can understand LJ's frustration, you have players who are internationals, with prem experienced or atleast a lot of championship experience and paid 20-30K per week and they can't even do some of the simple things, like pass the ball with pace to a teammate, run into a space to receive the ball, close down or track the opposition or even make the required effort, some of those so called professionals performance last night was a disgrace. Whilst you can rightly question selection (many on here were very happy prior to the game) or tactics / style of play, these top level professional athletes should be able to do the basics well without instruction and a large amount of blame and questions should be put on their shoulders. Having in some way defended LJ, I was always of the opinion to give to the end of the year and see if we make the playoffs, or when looks unlikely you bring in the new manager to assess the squad over the last few games and build in the summer. The danger is we make a quick knee jerk reaction, bringing in someone new who may get the dead cat bounce (where does that saying come from?) and you then give them the job based on a few games. Ashton is a football man who has SL's ear (so an amount of self preservation going on) and will already no doubt be having the discussions about looking to the future as LJ's tenure has perhaps run its course, so hopefully we are scouting for future manager possibilities, but want this to be a good long term appointment not a knee jerk one..
  13. Hunt must have set a new record of passes to the opposition
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